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    July 11, 2013
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we don't have a ten step filtering process for our water. we don't need it. because crystal geyser is made by nature, not by man. crystal geyser is always bottled at the mountain source. good morning erica. oakland police are continuing to investigate a reported child kidnapping this morning. 21-month old daphne viola webb was kidnapped late
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yesterday morning near the gazzali's supermarket at 79th and international. the girls father, john webb, says he left her in the car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. webb went inside the store and when he came back daphne was gone. one witness describes the father's reaction. ." a little scared" a suspect was seen carrying daphne away from the supermarket. she is described as a black or hispanic woman between 30 and 40 years old with long black hair, wearing a light colored top and blue jeans. daphne was last seen wearing orange two-piece pajamas withink socks. the f-b-i is now involved with the search. they are focusing on the area around doolittle park where the family would sometimes visit. we're continuing to follow the latest on the deadly asiana flight 214, here is what we know. clean-up crews at san francisco international airport have begun clearing debris from the runway. federal safety officials say the pilot initally told a flight attendant not to evacuate passengers. people did not begin evacuating the aircraft until 90 seconds later when a fire broke out on the right side of the aircraft. officials say the delay occurred as the pilot made connection with the control tower at the airport. and now -- for the first time, we are hearing some of the many 9-1-1 calls made in the moments after the asiana flight crashed. not only from people who saw the crash, but also from people who had just gotten off the plane. federal safety officials
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say, the pilot initially told a flight attendant. not to evacuate passengers from the asiana airlines flight that crash landed at s-f-o. the national transportation safety board said, people did not begin evacuating the aircraft until 90 seconds later, when a fire erupted. occurred as the pilot checked with the tower at the airport. kron 4's charles clifford reports. as the n-t-s-b continues the crash.survivors were able to return to the scene just four days after terrifying accident. this is video with our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. in it you can see charter buses arriving at the scene and the survivors out on the tarmac observing the wreckage. it is unclear what they were doing although they were accompanied by n-t-s-b agents. while the pilots and crew are under investigation, some of the flight attendants came out publicly to speak at a news conference yesterday. six of the twelve who were on board agreed to speak, but several were overwhelemed by tears. six other attendants remain in the hospital. some of the attendants helped passengers get off passengers could get off the plane. among those injured in the
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crash we're three flight attendants who were seated near the back of the plane and ejected when the tail was ripped off as it made contact with the sea wall.
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asked his the new eastern
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span of the bay bridge will *not open on labor day weekend as it was originally scheduled. as kron 4's alecia reid reports, officials gave more details about why the decision to delay the opening was made. at its current state, the new bay bridge is safer than the one that cars are driving onbut because of the toll bridge oversight committee says they're not comfortable with opening it to the public until the shear keys are retrofitted. sot - we need to be absolutely certain that the idea we advance is not only one of sound engineering, but also one the public can have confidence in. as simple as it looks now, the retrofitting is more complicated now that we're on the verge of building it. the main challenge is manufacturing the broken bolts. the steel won't get here until late september to mid october. the committee wants to ensure the job is done correctly. sot - since theseolts broke we lost public confidence retrofitting will cost upwards of 15 to 20 million dollars, plus additional costs for replacing or remediating other bolts. but they tell us it is well within the budget. sot - in the hundreds of millions. the question of having adequate funds to pay
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for this is not a concern once traffic is shifted to the new bridge there will still be work and maintenace performed until the bridge is complete. and here's a live look oakland police are investigating a shooting that left a man in critical condition. the shooting happened around 6-30 last night at a subway restaurant on macarthur boulevard near 108th avenue. the male victim was rushed to the hospital. no arrests. a pedestrian was run over by santa rosa.
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last year. by july 15th.
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>>anny: closing arguments today for the defense in the door zimmerman murder trial in florida. yesterday, the defense wrapped up its case without george zimmerman taking the stand. his attorney say he wanted to testify but felt zimmerman already told his version of what happened in multiple police interviews the nitrate by martin was shot and killed. zimmerman claims he shot margin in self- defense--trayvon marintrtin. the judges also allowing an animation depicting zimmerman version to be used as part of the defense's closing argument. the jury could get the case as early as tomorrow.
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>>james: for the first time, lawyers for the colorado theater shooting suspect, james holmes are acknowledging he killed 12 people and wounded dozens more than an ant or rub movie theater last summer. --aurora. the lawyer said holmes was in the middle of a psychiatric episode at the time. that mission was made public on wednesday. his lawyers were trying to argue. holmes should not be restrained during his upcoming trial. holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to more than 160 counts, including murder, stemming from the july 20th theater shooting in aurora last year. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.
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>>anny: the man accused in the boston beer of-judge marathon bombings johar tsarnieev has pleaded not guilty. he is facing 30 charges including the murder four people. several survivors of the bobbings attended the hearing along with relatives of some of those who died. prosecutors say, tsarnieev and his older brother set off two bombs at the finish line of the marathon on april 15th. his brother was killed in a showdown with police. the upcoming trial last three months and he could face the death penalty. >>james: closing arguments began yesterday and the dramatic richmond gained or rape trial. this is video
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from the scene in 2009. a prosecutor told jurors in a martinez court ruled that physical evidence and witness statements all painted a clear picture of guilt. the defendants, marcellus peter and jose montano our art-judge charged with rape, rape with a foreign object and forced oral copulation. if convicted, they could face life in prison. two other men to get the deal and are already serving prison time on similar charges. >>anny: we are learning more of the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion. lawyers for the california public utilities commission now want to withdraw a controversial plan, for imposing a 2 and 1/4 billion dollar fine on pg&e for the explosion. they did not give specific details, but said the bird--the revision would " correct certain
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accuracies. " the $2.25 billion fine has been criticized by the city of san bruno and a consumer criticized by the city of san bruno and a consumer crystal geyser is always bottled at the mountain source. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. then we deliver it directly to you. >>james: we are back at 424. watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the positive this morning. the dow's string of gains
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is over. but it was a relatively quiet trading session yesterday. here's a look at the closing numbers. the dow lost nearly nine points closing at 15,291. the nasdaq added 16 and a half points to close at and the s and p 500 added a fraction of a point, closing at 1652. >>anny: good news on the housing market. fewer u.s. homes went into foreclosure or were repossessed by banks last month. foreclosure listing firm, realtytrac, says banks started the foreclosure process of 57,000 homes in june. that's the lowest level for any month in more than seven years. 4: that debt foreclosures that went through also saw steep drops
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in june. however, foreclosures remain a potential drag on housing in many states, including florida, nevada, illinois, ohio, and georgia. >>james: some 56 tousing u.s. troops could be losing their hazard pay. the defense department was to take the hazard pay away from military working in countries that are no longer considered dangerous. a pentagon review says conditions have improved in 18 countries that once had been considered hazardous. >>anny: plenty of sunshine. it looks like we'll be starting most mornings for the rest of the week with morning clouds. details when we come back.
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>>james: welcome back. here's erica with the details on that forecast. >>erica: take a look at your numbers. san francisco at 54 degrees. a very chilly 51 in santa rosa. upper 50s right now and oakland and san jose. temperatures will drop another couple of degrees as we approached your morning lows. satellite and radar shows wet weather will toward our south. there was some discussion of it yesterday but it looks like a that was not the case. instead, we are waking up to another cloudy morning. but into the afternoon of the clouds will burn off and you will see plenty of sunshine especially in the east bay. we barely see in the '90s. perhaps brentwood with a high of 92 degrees but looks like temperatures will be in the mid '80s through the san ramon valley
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pre that for the east bay shoreline, low seventies for oakland, san leandro, upper 60s and berkeley. as we focus our attention on the south bay, it will be a gorgeous day. plenty of eighties to go round. upper 80s today for morgan hill. 84 in santa clara. downtown's san francisco on the comparable side with a high of 65 degrees. we'll see high clouds and san bruno. a few degrees warmer as we head down the peninsula. for those of you having up to one country, napa will have a nice 83 today a low 84 petaluma. as we take a look at your extended forecast, here is a preview. you know this continuous cooler weather for thursday and friday but take a look at the weekend, we are in low 90s for '70s-- saturday. even more changes as we start the next work week. a look at your 7 day
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around the bay forecast coming up at 445. >>janu: let's take a look at our bridges. we will start with the west about 80 ride as we approached the toll plaza a problem for your ride there as well as on the san mateo bridge at this time. west on 92 moving along smoothly. drive time from hayward and to foster city is right where it should be and we're not talking any problems on the golden gate bridge at this time. >>james: we began the morning and east bay or oakland police are continuing to investigate a reported child kidnapping this morning. 21 months old daphne viola web was
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kidnapped late yesterday morning near the gazzali's supermarket and 79 and international. the girl's father, john webb, says he left her in the car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. weber went inside the store and when he came back daphne was gone. one witness describes the father's reaction. the suspect was seen carrying daphnia away from the supermarket. she is described as a black or hispanic woman between 30 and 40 years old with long black hair, wearing a light- colored, and blue jeans. daphne was last seen wearing orange pajamas with pink hearts and pink socks. the fbi is now involved with the search. they are focusing on the area around the little park where the family would sometimes visit. >>anny: a 16 year-old is
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accused of killing his younger brother in southern california. terry smith, an 11 year-old autistic boy was last seen saturday evening. police say his body was found in a shallow grave on the family property yesterday. they did that was the result of a domestic issue. family members said terry was being a babysat by his older brother when he disappeared. >>james: the investigation continues with a deadly plane crash that happened at sfo over the weekend. kron4's will tran is live at the holiday inn in san francisco will be waiting to speak with ntsb chairman and a little over a half an hour. good morning will. >>will: we have learned from the ntsb that they are finished with all of their interviews. one of the pilot said he sought a flashing light right as he was descending. at the moment when he realized his speech
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was going all little to slow at the time. he tried to corrected but obviously the ntsb says it was too late to happen and is it that is one of the reasons the crash happened. also we also learned that the flight attendant when they landed but plain, they said let's evacuate completely but for whatever reason the pilot told the flight attendant to tell everyone to stay in their seat and that caused the delay. we will ask that the person in the chair of the ntsb why did that happen, how come it took so long to evacuate the plane and speaking of the plane, they say it looks like one of the chutes instead of pointing out of the plane, one of the chute went inside the plant and broke a flight attendant leg. we will ask her why that happened as well. by steve james--back to you james. >>anny: we are continuing to
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fall that does not follow the latest on the deadly asiaa flight to 14. here's what we know. cleanup crews at san francisco international airport have begun clearing debris from the runway. federal safety officials say the pilot initially told a flight attendant not to be back with passengers. people did not begin evacuate the aircraft until 90 seconds later when fire broke out on the right side of the aircraft. officials said the delay occurred as the pilot may connection with the control tower at the airport. >>james: in now for the first time, we are hearing some of the many 911 calls made in the moments after the flight crashed. not only from people saw the crash, but also from people like just got off the plane. >> there is a bunch of fire
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trucks and a couple ambulances permit one or two but there are lot of people hurting on the ground. >>james: to 16 year-old chinese girls and 182 other people were injured in the crash. the national transportation safety board is investigating the cause of grass and does not expect to issue a report for months. --crash. >>anny: as the ntsb continued the investigation in the crash survivors were able to return to the scene just four days after terrifying accident. this is video with our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. and it used that as you can see charter buses arriving at the scene and the survivors out of the dramatic observing the wreckage. --tarmac. it is
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unclear what they're doing all they were accompanied by ntsb agents. >>james: while the pilots and crew are under investigation, some of the flight attendants came out publicly to speak at a news conference yesterday. six of the 12 were on board agreed to speak, but several were overwhelmed by tears. six other tenants remain in the hospital. some of the intended to help passengers get off the plane following the crash. others put out fires of the passengers could get off the plane. >>james: among those injured in the crash were three flight attendants who were seated near the back of the plane and ejected when it's at the tail was ripped off as it may contact with the sea wall. state kron4's we continue our coverage of the ozzie on a plane crash. you can get the latest on kron4 debt,
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and are 247 whose tall, castro 193--news channel comcast 193. >>anny: your tech report coming up after the break. the time now is 439. we will be right back. 97
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>>anny: welcome back. the time now is 441. big news in the tech world. a federal judge has ruled apple is guilty of conspiring to fix the prices of the books. what does this mean for apple and could this lead to cheaper i books? our tech reporter gabe slate fills us and. >>gabe: part of their success was that offer high new release the books for just 999. publishers and authors hated amazons discounted price and structure. they thought
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amaziah was not charging enough. when apple entered the e book market in 2010, that's when the suit alleges publisher sought a way out amazons wholesale pricing. apple offered five a book companies and ad agency model in which the publisher said their own prices and apple took a 30% cut off the top of the alleged apple teamed up with the publishers in a conspiracy against amazon. the deal was to raise the book prices to 1299 or aboard 49 did not permit the five publishers and often this conspiracy settled out of kart and did not get a trial. apple held out in the u.s. department of justice brought a civil antitrust suit against the company in 2012. it has not concluded and apple has been found guilty of the book price fixing. for consumers, minimal affect. prices of the books have a
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long sleep returned to their previous 999 level. apple has commented on the ruling. here is your statement. apple did not conspire to fix the book pricing and we will continue to fight against these up false accusations. when we introduced the i bookstore in 2010, which gave customers more choice. and at the much-needed innovation and competition into the market breaking amazons monopolistic grip on the publishing industry. we have done nothing wrong and we will appeal the judge's decision. gabe slate kron 4 news.
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welcome back. here is erica with your forecast. >>erica: as we head into the afternoon expect sunshine with temperatures just a little bit cooler than what we saw yesterday and by
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later on tonight, the fog will make a comeback. expect cooler conditions with even some of it is by the 8:00 hour. let's take a look now at what's currently happening. temperatures are mainly in the '50s. we haven't really seen too much change in the past 24 hours so it really looks like low fifties for the north bay to the upper 50s for those of you in the delta. and fog tracker for shows into the 7:00 hour, still continuing with mostly cloudy conditions. white indicating fog stars the pullback by lunch time. so we are talking early clearing. it is still going to be a little hazy for downtown san francisco. perhaps for those of you coming across the upper deck of the bay bridge, expect chronic conditions to linger along the coastline of plenty of sunshine and everywhere else. i do want to break down those afternoon highs. you won't see any '90s out there today. at put internet 88 + of ysabel oakland and hayward. just a
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few degrees cooler than yesterday to the sea breeze is really keeping temperatures along the coast hybrid we're talking low sixties for daly city and sunnyvale with a high today of 82 degrees. in terms of your extended forecast, that 7 day around the bay, you will notice not much change as we head into tomorrow. expect morning fog, partly cloudy conditions into the afternoon. we will start to get a few degrees as we head into the weekend and yes we are back in 90 degree territory for your warmest inland spots. temperatures will rise expect morning fog as the start the next workweek. for 47. that was a weather. of the traffic now with >>janu: still not tracking any hot spots here and the traffic center. take a look at your bridges. start with the west from 80 ride things are moving along problem free at this time and we are not tracking any delays on a san mateo bridge at this time both eastbound and westbound rate hayward and foster city drive time
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currently at about 12 minutes. not seeing any incident or on the golden gate bridge bridge to an ligature maps, and east bay, walnut creek to the macarthur made drive come about 50 minutes. i am not tracking any delays currently for the west of 580 between dublin and hayward. as we head into the south bay, you can see a problem for your ride so for those of you heading into the airport, it is a life free at this time we're also not tracking any reports in the north bay right now. sao paulo one through marin county is the way for it. james? >>james: as we continue to track the latest in the deadly asiana flight crash we are learning more about what happened inside of your plan in the moments after the crash. kron 4's charles clifford has a virtual look at the >>charles:flight 214 crashed at 11:26am on july 6th. after striking the seawall, the plane broke apart and
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skidded down runway 2-8 left. the fuselage came to rest here... just to the south of the runway. the ntsb has now completed interviews with the flight crew and we have a clearer picture of what happened next. google earth the boeing 777 has 8 doors. there are doors 4 on each side of the plane. according to the ntsb, during the crash emergency slides at door 1 right and 2 right deployed...inside the plane that's not supposed to happen. the slides should deploy outside the plane and only if the door is opened. there was a single flight attendant sitting near door 1 right and another near 2 right. both were injured when those slides inflated. at the rear of the plane, there were four flight attendants seated near doors 4 left and 4 right. the ntsb says that 3 of these attendantswere ejected from the rear of the plane during the crash. all three
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survived. back at the front of the plane, 2 flight attendants sitting near door 1 left asked the cockpit crew for instructions. according to initially told the attendants to have the passengers stay in their
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seats. the flight attendants made an announcement for everyone to stay put, but about 90 seconds later an attendant seated near door 2 left saw flames outside the window near door 2 right. thats where the planes right engine, which had broken free from the wing, was now leaking oil and burning the attendant told the pilots about the flames and the decision was
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made to evacuate the aircraft. and finally, the ntsb says that video of the plane shows that 90 seconds after the crash doors 1 right and 2 right opened, the slides began evacuating. a judge will make a finial ruling today on whether the american indian model school can remain open. the f-b-i and i-r-s served search warrants yesterday at the american indian model school in oakland. this is video from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. this action comes in the midst of a battle to keep the school from being shutdown due to accusations of mismanagement the oakland unified school district which has authority to revoke the school's charter says there is a list of financial violations against the school. wishful thinking has this weeks a's pittsburgh matchup.a possible world series preview. started after 2 hour 53 minute rain delay
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bottom 3rd, 1-0 pirates andrew mccutchen singles to right off tommy milone 2-0 pirates millone would be removed later in the inning millone: 2.2 ip, 7 hits, 3 runs, 2 k, 2 bb top 4th, 3-0 pirates francisco liriano gets help from his defense yoenis cespedes hits one deep to center but mccutchen makes the leaping grab to rob him of extra bases cespedes finished 0-4 liriano: 7 ip, 4 hits, 0 runs, 6 k, 1 bb bottom 5th, 5-0 piratesend on a high note sonny gray's major league debut the a's 18th overall pick in 2011 draft strikes out first hitter of his career final: 5-0 pirates notes: a's first ever loss to the pirates, 11-1 all time, finish road trip 5-2, still hold ½ game lead in al west over texas another rough day all arounbd for the giangs. matt cain makes first start since giving up 8 runs in last start top 1st, no score daniel murphy hits a single his counterpart former
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>>darya:top stories that we're following on this thursday, july 11th. an amber alert remains in effect nearly 24 hours after a toddler was reportedly oakland. we'll tell you how the f-b-i has joined in on this search. >> hi i am reporting an airplane crash at sfo. >>mark:9-1-1 tapes have been released by the c-h-p. callers range from people who witness the crashed-- to plane. we'll listen to the tapes,
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>>erica: we are starting off with some clouds this morning. we will shave off a couple more degrees as we approached the sunrise. as we take a look at your headline, expect sunshine with slightly cooler conditions into the afternoon and then by tomorrow, continued cooling. looking ahead, warmer weather this weekend. we will officially be back into the '90s. full details on what to expect. that's 7 day around the bay coming up at 515. good morning george. >>gary: >>george: we are not tracking any hot spots. in fact the chp is helping out with some construction there but no major incidents. --no incidents. the early quick commute.
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>>anny:topping our news. f- b-i agents and oakland police officers search dogs continue to look for a 21- month-old girl. daphne viola webb was kidnapped reportedly late yesterday morning near the gazzali's supermarket at 79th and international. this triggered an amber alert. the girls father, john webb, says he left her in the car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. webb went inside the store and when he came back daphne was gone. one witness describes the father's >> he kept looking in the car. you could tell that he was a little stunned i guess like it happening. he
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was sitting in the front seat. i asked was something wrong with your mom. ." a little scared" >>anny: a woman was seen carrying daphne away from the supermarket. she is described as black or hispanic between 30 and 40 years old with long black hair, wearing a light colored top and blue jeans. daphne was last seen wearing orange two-piece pajamas with pink hearts and pink socks. the search is focused on the area around doolittle park where the family would sometimes visit. >>mark:we're continuing to follow the latest on the deadly asiana flight 214, here is what we know. clean-up crews at san francisco international airport have begun clearing debris from the runway. federal safety officials
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say the pilot initally told a flight attendant not to evacuate passengers. people did not begin evacuating the aircraft until 90 seconds later when a fire broke out on the right side of the aircraft. officials say the delay occurred as the pilot made connection with the control tower at the airport. authorities have released 9- 1-1 calls reporting the deadly plane crash at san francisco international airport on saturday. here's a call from someone on the plane >> i don't know what runway. >>mark: . two 16-year-old chinese girls died and 182 other people were injured in the crash. the national transportation
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safety board is investigating the cause of the crash and does not while the pilots and crew are under investigation, >>anny: some of the flight attendants came out publicly to speak at a news conference yesterday. six of the twelve who were on board agreed to speak, but several were overwhelmed by tears. six other attendants remain in the hospital. some of the attendants helped passengers get off the plane following the crash. others put out fires so the passengers could get off the plane. >> i hope for all the families to recover as complete as possible and they are all in wipers. >>anny: among those injured in the crash we're flight attendants who were seated near the back of the plane and ejected when the tail
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was ripped off as it made contact with the sea wall. >>james:as the n-t-s-b continues the investigation in the crash.survivors were able to return to the scene just four days after terrifying accident. this is video with our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. in it you can see charter buses arriving at the scene and the survivors out on the wreckage. it is unclear what they were doing although they were accompanied by n-t-s-b agents. stay with kron 4 as we continue our coverage of the asiana plane crash. you can get the latest on kron 4 dot com and our 24-7 news channel on comcast channel 193. >>anny:following a developing story out of oakland. where fire and rescue crews at battling at one alarm fire at a warehouse. the warehouse is located at chapman and peterson in
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oakland. the fire started around 4:15 this morning and crews expect to have the fire under control soon. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. all in all traffic and weather are doing well this morning. but like to be mild here. on the warm side inland but otherwise very comfortable. we will bury back.
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>>mark: welcome back. the defense has rested in the george zimmerman trial closing arguments are now set for today. zimmerman claims he shot and killed 17-year-old trayvon martin in self-defense. at the center of the trial was who was heard screaming for help on the 9-11 call. was it zimmerman or trayvon
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martin. zimmerman is being tried on a second degree murder charge. zimmerman never took the stand to tell his side of the story at the trial. the jury will most likely start deliberating tomorrow afternoon >>james:the man accused in the boston marathon bombings--jo-har sar-nie-ev has pleaded not guilty. he is facing 30 charges - including the murder of four people. several survivors of the bombings attended the hearing along with relatives of some of those who died. prosecutors say, tsar-nie- ev and his older brother, set off two bombs at the finish line of the marathon on april 15th. his brother was killed in a showdown with police. the upcoming trial could last three months and he >>anny:for the first time. lawyers for the colorado theater shooting suspect, james holmes, are acknowledging he killed 12 people and wounded dozens more. at an aurora movie
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theater last summer. the lawyers say, holmes was in the middle of a psychotic episode at the time. the admission was public on wednesday. his lawyers were trying to argue. holmes should not be restrained during his upcoming trial. holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. to more than 160 counts, including murder, stemming from the july 20-th theater shooting in aurora last year. prosecutors are seekingdeath pe. your forecast and traffic coming up after the break. plenty of sunshine there is to look outside.
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>>will: joining me once again is the chair of the ntsb. you have been doing interviews with the pilots and investigating the scene yourself. one thing that has come out mamet is that one of the landing pilots said he saw a flashing light as he was descending. could you tell us more about that? >> investigators asked him to explain what he saw. they asked him if he said it was a laser. he said no. he said he could see his instrument so i think it was a temporary thing. we don't understand what it is a but we don't believe it that it was anything that appeared his ability to fly the plane. >>will: was there enough time for him to recover and land safely? >> he was the only one that
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described a scene the flashing lights. there were three pilots and the cockpit and he was the only one who describe that flashing lights. >>will: did he turn around and tell the pilots that he was temporary blinded or did he keep it to himself? >> we are looking to see if there was any indication that there was any communication about that. >>will: there were reports that they tried to contact air traffic control about 2,000 ft. out three that they did not get a response. is that out of the ordinary? >> no they are very busy. they did get that. there were about one-and-a-half miles out when they got the landing clearance. and may have been on the late side but it was certainly in the range of what is acceptable. >>will: once it crashed, they did not realize how bad the fire was because there were reports that they told the flight attendants to stay in their seats. was that an error or is that
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part of protocol for training? >> well we know is after the crash, there were different perspectives. people have different information. the pilots did not issue an immediate evacuation but instead told passengers to stay in their seat. >>will: the 92nd the way of getting off the plane immediately, did that contribute to the extent of any injuries? >> at this point we have many passengers who did get off the plane and we also know there were injuries many of those injuries were the result of the initial crash and so we are looking at that, evaluating all of the injuries. certainly a chaotic scene when you are evacuated in aircraft of over 300 people. >>will: why did issue is in
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word. is it because this plane was twisted that it shot the wrong way? >> we know that two of the eight flags deploy it inside of the aircraft and flight attendants sitting near them. we understand that-we want to understand how why that happened. we're working with the manufacturer to understand. the >>darya: when will the runway be cleared. >> the ntsb released the runway last night. salvage has begun and they are picking up debris with larger equipment. you can see cranes' out there and some of the other work will be done by hand. i have to clear the debris, claim the runway and in the airport have to take out some resurfacing and other efforts to get back in service. >>will: is a bad enough for a could take days if not a week to make cosmetic repairs or will it be a lot longer because obviously that runway is crucial to a coming and going at sfo. >> we know how important that is up. --that runway
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is. it is important to get 28 left back open so san francisco can be at 100 percent. it is really going to be up to the salvage operators and airport to determine how long it is going to take to clear the runway and make sure it is safe. >>will: are you all able to lift the aircraft up at its in its entirety or in multiple pieces. >> it will have to be taken into parts. we're going to have to remove it in pieces. >>will: any thing on the block box back in d.c.? have you been able to recover any information. >> we hope to have some more information for you this afternoon. our voice recorder group and are data recorder group are finishing some of their work yesterday and we hope to hear back from them today. >>will: bank is a much dabber herdsmen. she says
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thathe ntsb will hold a news conference at 2:00 p.m.. we will carry live for you as it happens or it >>mark: we will hear more of the 911 calls of passengers sitting on the tarmac after the crash. we will have more of it coming up after this break. [ male announcer ] at montrose pet hospital,
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>> will come back to the proper morning news. watching wall street this morning.
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futures trading shows all three indexes in the positive this morning. the dow's string of gains is over. but it was a relatively quiet trading session yesterday. here's a look at the closing numbers.
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the dow lost nearly nine points closing at 15,291. the nasdaq added 16 and a half points to close at 3,520. and the s and p 500 added a fraction of a point, closing at 1,652. good news on the housing market. fewer u-s homes went into foreclosure or were repossessed by banks last month. foreclosure listing firm realtytrac says banks started the foreclosure process on 57-thousand homes in june.
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that's the lowest level for any month in more than seven years. foreclosures that went through also saw steep drops in june. however, foreclosures remain a potential drag on housing in many states, including florida, nevada, illinois, three hispanic former employees are suing target for discrimination and retaliation. the lawsuit was filed in yolo county. it alleges that caucasian managers at a warehouse in woodland regularly used racial slurs when addressing hispanic workers. it cites a document featuring common stereotypes and tips on how to manage hispanic workers. a target spokeswoman wouldn't comment on the lawsuit itself but says the minneapolis-based company was sorry for the content of the document. she says it was not part of any "formal or company-wide
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training" and was used only at one distribution center. there are new questions about diet soda. according to a for over 60,000 california foster children, having necessary school supplies can mean the difference between success and failure. the day i start, i'm already behind. i never know what i'm gonna need. new school, new classes, new kids. it's hard starting over. to help, sleep train is collecting school supplies for local foster children. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help a foster child start the school year right. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child.
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>> good morning and the time is 5:29 a.m.. here is a look at your thursday's forecast.
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upper 80s today for pleasanton and livermore. it will be very comfortable conditions. downtown san francisco when a high of 64 degrees. 76 degrees for sambar fell. today, and tomorrow will be on the cooler side. low 60's for the coast but it looks like we are born to be back in the '90s as will start the weekend. i do have more changes to talk about and we will have a look at the 7 day around the bay forecast at 5:45 a.m.. >> we're just getting a word of an accident in the left- ane of the toll plaza. the good news is that as long as it is that the toll plaza the impact is minimal at this time. and again, you concede caltran is responding at the bottom of
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your screen. here is a quick commute check. we picked up a little bit of salt on highway 4 but not much. the south bay peninsula and the north bay ride is still pretty light. >> topping our news. fbi agents and oakland police officers searched dog continued to look for a 21 month old girl. daphne viola webb was kidnapped reportedly late yesterday morning near the gazzalis super market at 79 and international. this
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triggered an amber alert. the girl's father, john webb, says that he left her in the car with another adult family member who is mentally disabled. web when inside the store and when he came back his door was gone. a woman was seen carrying the baby away from the supermarket. she is described as a black or hispanic woman between 34 years old with long black hair, wearing a light- colored top and blue jeans. she was last seen wearing orange to ps of pajamas and pink hearts and pink socks. the search is still focused on the area that is around the supermarket where the family was sometimes visit. >> the investigation still continues with the deadly plane crash that happened at sfo over the weekend. kron4 will tran is live is the san
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francisco and he just spoke with the ntsb chairman. >> nonetheless, they were able to regain the vision. i had a chance to talk with her to see if it was enough time for him to receive his vision and back to avoid the crash. this is what she had to say. >> sure, the investigators did one more information from him. it wanted to know if it was a laser and he said no. they did want to know whether not if he could see. he said yes. i think it was a temporary thing but we still need to understand it. we do not believe that it was-- >> also, i have to tell you that about 2,000 ft. away from a runaway, they really
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did not get a response. they stated that were able to finally get one. the traffic controllers are often busy. this plant came in low about 36 mi. per hour slower than needed to be. coming up a 6:00 a.m. i will tell you when the wreckage will be remote. >> authorities have released 911 calls reporting on the deadly plane crash at san francisco international airport on saturday. here is a call from someone on the plane. >> are there people trapped on the plane? >> i think the majority of the people got off the plane. i do think there is
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about a handful of people behind that are heard.ut. >> are you hurt? >> no. >> why do people keep going back into the plane? >> we are at the san francisco international airport. there are a lot of people here will need help. >> we have people who are burned really badly. we are out on the outskirts but with an eye towards the airport. we're more out on the field. >> yes, i was on the plane. there are people lane on the
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tarmac with injuries in their heads. we're trying to keep them alive. >> to 16 year-old chinese girls and died and 182 other people were injured in the crash. the national transportation safety board is investigating the cause of the crash and does not expect to issue a report for months. >> oakland police are investigating a shooting that left a man in critical condition. the shooting happened around 6:03 p.m. last night at the subway restaurant on macarthur boulevard near 108 ave. the male victim was rushed to hospital. right now, police have no rest. >> bay bridge officials are now giving more details about why they decided to delay the opening of the span. itat its current
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state, the new bay bridges safer than the one that cars are driving along, but because of the broken bolts , the toll bridge oversight committee says that they are not comfortable with opening it up to the public just yet. the main challenge is manufacturing the broken and bolts. the still will not get here until late september to mid october. the committee wants to assure that the job is done correctly. >> the oversight committee saithree says that the retrofitting will cost upwards of 15 to $20 million, plus additional costs for replacing or getting other bolts. they tell us then it is well within the budget. >> u.s. unemployment benefit
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applications rose to 16,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 360,000, all below the level remains consistent with steady hiring. >> we will be right bacteriack. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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>> good morning the time is 5:41 a.m.. firefighters are starting to feel some relief after cooler weather has helped slow a wildfire in southern california. the 11 square mile fire destroyed a least 100 buildings and 60 mi. east of san diego. fire officials said there hoping that the thunderstorms in the forecast will help with the hot spots. in northern california, the fire and eldorado national forest is not a percent contained. the fire spread almost a square mile. >> the great recession has shifted the attitudes of
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many young people who have been characterized as " entitled ". the long-term survey by the great recession process of many young people are showing signs of be more interested in conserving resources and concerned about their fellow human beings. the analysis also shows less interest in having vacation homes and new cars, compared with young people who were surveyed a few years before the recession. >> we will be right back. look at 'em.
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>> welcome back. the time is 5:45 a.m.. we will now get an update of the forecast. >> there is ground fog closer to the shoreline. let's take a look at santa rosa sitting at 50 degrees. we are however, saying
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upper 50's for oakland and san jose. this ability is not too bad we're not talking molopo. the visibility is somewhat limited and have moon bay. it is just want to be a great overcasts for the day. o once the sunshine comes out, as we focus our attention back on the temperatures by no time it will be 60's inside the bay. we will start to see 70's in places like orenda and walnut creek. the warmest spots like livermore, are already in the low 80s. as we put the clock and a motion that afternoon high there are no 90's and today's forecast. by ap and we're back in the blue indicating 50's for places like san francisco and a majority of the bay area.
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>> i do want to bring down the afternoon highs. starting with santa clara coming in at 82 degrees. turning our attention to the east bay expert is flirting with 90 degrees. castro valley will have 64 degrees. upper 60s and low 70's for the shore. your 7 their around the bay shows slightly warmer conditions into the weekend. we're back and 90 degree territory. it will be slightly cooler but the temperatures will be around the seasonal average. >> the time now is 5:47 a.m.. not to traffic with george. >> we're looking at a few minor incidents were there no major delays or caused by its. the bay bridge ride things are looking okay. the me realize have not yet been
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activated. although, they still may get put on. over on the san mateo bridge there is a stall but as of the eastbound side. it should not affect the morning commute. the golden gate bridge is an easy trip. looking at are right on interstate 80 westbound don't drive time is 14 minutes from hercules to berkeley. there is an accident at the dublin interchange just before westbound 580. it has been clear to the shoulder. there is still not much in the way of south bay freeway. in iran, 1 01 we are incident free.
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>> in canada, the death toll continues to rise after a train full of crude oil of the rail and crashed into a town. authorities and quebec now say 20 people have died and another 30 people are still missing. meantime, we are getting a new, a dramatic look at the devastation of the massive train derailment. police provided these images. most of the 73 car train derailed early saturday. the head of the u.s. company which owns the train is blaming the engineer for failing to set the brakes properly. the ceo of the parent company that operates the train plans to meet with residents and the town's mayor. >> egypt's moslem
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brotherhood say that it will continue protesting the ouster of president mo hammed morsi. the brotherhood says that resistance will continue to be " peaceful ". the group is also denouncing the assassination attempt of a senior army commander near the border of the gaza. yesterday, arrest warrants are issued for the brotherhood spiritual leader and nine other leading people. >> san francisco police are asking for your help in finding whoever is responsible for leaving
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hundreds poisonous meatballs on city streets. here is a look at the poison is meatballs. authority say, that they were laced with rat poison. a doll named oscg named oscar 81 and the meatballs and he became sick. the meatballs for love in sampras's goes twin peaks and diamond heights a red area. authority say that, most of the meatballs were picked up by residents, officials urged anyone with information to contact the san francisco police. >> another rain delay for the a's playing interleague at pnc park in pittsburgh. a three hour delay, the game did not start until 10:00
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p.m.. the pittsburgh pirates beat oakland athletics 5 to 0. this bird came in at 0 to 11 against a sense interleague play began in 1997 but broke loose against tommy milone. a big series starts tomorrow with the boston red sox coming. >> it seems like the giants keep redefining rock bottom. former giants prospect kazakh weller pitched seven sharp end and the new york mets completed their first week in san francisco since 1994 with a 72 win. the giants have lost 69 of their 19 games. willard, a former giant player first round draft pick, took a shot out
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into the seven. he allowed one run and three hits overall, striking out five and walking three. matt cain lasted less than an ending for the first time in his career, giving up three runs on two hits while getting just two outs. >> the time is 5:53 a.m.. we will have a look at your highlights coming up. but first, here is a live look outside the bay bridge approach. we will be right back. denny'y's red rewhite & ue puete stecialci are as aasmericarin as aasle p. especialcily, th, e applap e french tchst.
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>> welcome back the time is 5:56 a.m.. we do have mild weather for the foreseeable future. upper 80s or around the bay. >> 711 is marking its
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86th birthday with his annual friesland the day today.free slurpee day today. it is the perfect day to celebrate is the july 11th, birthday. participating seven eleven stores in the united states and canada will give away 12 hours slurpee from 11 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.. it was born in the summer of 1927 and suburban dallas. it now operates more than $50 and stores in 16 countries. >> cleaning up on the runway has begun as the other ntsb
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continues to bring us updates. the chairman is saying about the plight to 14 will be coming up. >> plus this is not a list that you would like to be on. the most: cars in america. >> the george zimmerman trial is coming to end. as we will hear closing arguments today. we'll be checking it live this trial is underway this morning. >> we will be right back red . ♪
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for local foster children. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help a foster child start the school year right. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. >> topping our news. f-b-i agents and oakland police officers search dogs continue to look for a 21- month-old girl. daphne viola webb was kidnapped reportedly late yesterday morning near the gazzali's supermarket at 79th and international. this triggered an amber alert. the girls father, john webb, says he left her in the car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. webb went inside the store and when he came back daphne was gone. ." a little scared"

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